NOTE: Thursday is Thanksgiving. There are no shows on this holiday.
On 11/23, Seun Kuti & Egypt '80 returns to Cedar Cultural Center, while DJ Jake Rudh is holding his Transmission show at Mill City Nights.
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at 7th Street Entry
Wednesday, 11/23/16, 8pm ($15)
Local band Night Moves is playing their hometown gig at the 7th Street Entry this Wednesday. The band recently shared their video for ‘Carl Sagan’, taken from their new album Pennied Days (which came out in March 2016).
I have it on good authority that Ed Borrie, who I highly respect as the songwriter for S*M*A*S*H, absolutely loves the new record. Based on his recommendation, you should check out this upcoming show. If you’re not familiar with this NWONW punk band, listen to my interview with Ed.
We caught the band in 2014 and wrote, “For the duration of their 40 min set, the band members (guitarist/vocalist John Pelant, bassist Micky Alfano, and multi-instrumentalist Mark Ritsema , with drummer Jared Isabella) were literally bathed in muted blue stage lights, which was mood evocative of their easy-going, slightly psychedelic 70s album rock-vibed sound.”
Rupert Angeleyes and Free Music to open.
11/29/16 Rapid City, SD Dahl Fine Arts Center
11/30/16 Denver, CO Larimer Lounge
12/01/16 Santa Fe, NM Skylight
12/02/16 Phoenix, AZ Valley Bar
12/03/16 Los Angeles, CA Resident
12/04/16 San Diego, CA The Casbah
12/06/16 San Francisco, CA Bottom Of The Hill
12/08/16 Seattle, WA Barboza
12/09/16 Portland, OR Analog Cafe & Theater
01/20/17 Glasgow, United Kingdom Oran Mor
at the Myth
Wednesday, 11/23/16, 7pm ($26.50)
New York’s The Pretty Reckless is currently on tour in support of Who You Selling For (Razor & Tie).
Opening the show will be Holy White Hounds, currently touring in support of their debut album Switchblade.
We previously caught the Iowa band in July 2016 and wrote, “Watching these guys play was hilarious. The banter between band members was electric and the banter between band was audience was perfect. Everyone got involved in the show whether they only knew the one hit song or other various songs from the lifespan of this band. The energy was electric and absolutely everything you would want from a concert of an up and coming band that is about to make their big break.”
Also, be sure to show up early to check out Them Evils. The trio (singer, guitarist Jordan Griffin, bassist Jake Massanari, and drummer David Delaney II) is currently on tour to promote their self-titled album (Cold Black Love Records).
11-19 in Niagra Falls, NY at Rapids Theater
11-21 in Omaha, NE at Sokol Auditorium
11-22 in Clive, IA at 7 Flags Center
11-23 in Minneapolis, MN at The Myth
11-25 in Green Bay, WI at The Sandlot
11-26 in Sioux City, IA at Hard Rock Casino
11-28 in Denver, CO at Ogden Theater
11-30 in SLC, UT at The Depot
12-01 in Boise, ID at Knitting Factory
12-02 in Seattle, WA at Showbox-SODO
12-03 in Portland, OR at Roseland
12-06 in Los Angeles, CA at The Mayan Theater